LAHORE - In a major move towards creation of business friendly atmosphere in the country, the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry has made elaborate arrangements to observe “Complaint Redressal Day” on Monday for its members to enable them to do their businesses with a peace of mind.

The LCCI President Engineer Sohail Lashari, Senior Vice President Mian Tariq Misbah and Vice President Kashif Anwar would be meeting LCCI members from 11 am to 1pm at LCCI fourth floor specifically to listen to their business-related complaints to be forwarded to the concerned governments departments for an early action.

The very objective of observing Complaint Redressal Day is to encourage the LCCI members to use the platform of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry to get the issues resolved as this Chamber of Commerce of the country has a excellent liaison with all the government departments besides having the capacity and the ability to present their cases to the concerned authorities after fulfilling procedural requirements.

“Quite often it happens that a business or a Trade or Industry Association comes across some problem but does not know as to how and whom the complaint to this regard should be forwarded.

Therefore, the LCCI present management has decided to come to their rescue to enable them to continue their businesses with peace of mind.” As per the decision, the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry would collect these complaints and after that either concerned authority would be invited the LCCI for a meeting with the aggrieved members or would get these complaints resolved through correspondence.

The LCCI president said that all forums including electronic or print media would be utilized for the solution of genuine problems of the LCCI members as the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes that the private sector is engine of growth and backbone of the economy. “The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry would not simply be forwarding the problems of its members to the government but would also recommend suitable suggestions for the solution of these problems, the LCCI President said.